Welcome to Royal Cape Cod Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, consistently rated one of the Cape’s very finest skilled nursing facilities. We are located in the Bourne village of Buzzards Bay, just north of the Bourne Bridge and the Cape Cod Canal, and within easy distance of several major roadways. Our beautiful rolling waterfront property is a former estate in the style of a Spanish villa, offering breathtaking views of picturesque Buttermilk Bay. Royal Cape Cod proudly offers an impressive list of innovative benefits, including the highly regarded Alzheimer’s Care program, our Cardiac Care program, offering early detection of congestive heart failure, and expert rehabilitation for a variety of clinical issues. All units are handicapped accessible, and all beds are Medicare certified. Stable upper management and a core of loyal, clinically excellent staffers complete the resume for unsurpassed care on the Cape. Please contact us with any questions, or to arrange a no-obligation tour!
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The Royal Advantage:
- Spacious, waterfront rooms
- 24/7 nursing care, attending physician
- Expert short term rehabilitation (PT, OT, speech, pulmonary, post-acute)
- Royal Innovation: Alzheimer’s Care program incorporates the latest research on the care and support of Alzheimer’s/dementia residents in a secure, nurturing, failure-free setting
- Cardiac Care program utilizes the Zoe monitor, flagging congestive heart failure up to two weeks before symptoms
- Wound care physician on site weekly specializing in healing complex wounds, reducing hospitalizations
- Extended physician coverage with “Phone Doctor” remote telemedicine
- Respite, stroke recovery, long-term care
- Hospice services from Fidelis Hospice, focusing on compassionate, dignified care for end stage patients
- Royal’s dining service features customized meal programs developed with personal attention from our chef and dietician; buffet and family-style dining available
- Activity Enrichment – a nurturing, person-centered care model that addresses the resident’s medical, mental, spiritual, physical and social needs, promoting wellness and enhancing quality of life
“I want to thank you and your wonderful staff for all the kindness and caring you have shown to our family over the years. My mother was with you for eight years, my sister for five years, and now you have taken care of my brother for six years….All the residents are made to feel that they are family and really important to the staff. Most important, the residents never lose their dignity. Cape Cod Nursing is a really exceptional place. Your staff, from nursing to the kitchen and cleaning crew is the very best. My husband has always felt comfortable recommending you to his clients and our friends. In every case, we have received good reports and thanks. Your facility is the best in the area. Well done.”
Former NHL star Jay Miller, who played for the Bruins for parts of four seasons, came to Royal Cape Cod Nursing and Rehabilitation Center after a severe bout of pancreatitis that threatened his life. A month in the hospital had left him extremely weak, but therapist Dave Newman and the rehab team at Royal Cape Cod matched their skill with Jay’s determination to go home.
“I was too weak even to walk when I got there, but Dave and his team worked me hard, and I could feel myself getting stronger every day. I was treated quite well, the food was excellent…it was delightful, and I don’t use that word lightly. I would recommend Royal Cape Cod not just to an ex-athlete like me, but to anybody. They take you where you need to go to get back home. That was my goal, and the Royal helped me get there.”
“There are no words to sufficiently convey my appreciation and utmost professional respect for Sheila Ostiguy and her team in the care of my aunt, Shirley Swett. During her stay, I personally observed my aunt as being treated with nothing but respect and dignity by Sheila and her entire unit. This was in addition to the very fine medical care and technical expertise exhibited by her nursing team and aides. Reflecting on the final minutes leading to my aunt’s passing, I realized that I was intentionally permitted the opportunity of being left alone with her, which was an experience I’ll never forget.”